1. Applied Animal Studies (top-up)

    • Award BSc (Hons)
    • Qualification Undergraduate
    • UCAS Code D301

    This programme enhances the knowledge and skills gained at HND or Foundation Degree level in Applied Animal Studies. Drawing on expertise across a wide range of animal categories offered by Moulton College, the course will further develop the student's analysis of the scientific background underpinning the study of animals.  

  2. Applied Criminal Justice Studies (Top-Up)

    • Award BA (Hons)
    • Qualification Undergraduate
    • UCAS Code M212

    This course is ideal if you are a serving or recently retired police officer, and would like the opportunity to study a range of areas within the field of criminal justice at a more challenging and academic level than you may have experienced before. If you have sufficient operational experience, this can be formally recognised through APCL and taken into account when gaining entry onto this Top-up course.

  3. Architectural Technology

    • Award BSc (Hons)
    • Qualification Undergraduate
    • UCAS Code K210

    Our Architectural Technology course will empower you to deliver projects, from early feasibility studies to design development, construction and in-use lifecycle. You will engage in designing built environment using creativity, realistic projects, technology and legislation to develop your subject knowledge.

  4. Art and Design (Foundation Diploma)

    • Award Foundation Diploma
    • Qualification Undergraduate

    Foundation Art and Design is often cited as the most enjoyable, memorable and hardworking year in an art student's education. Students who complete this broad based and highly challenging course at the University of Northampton are very highly regarded by the most prestigious art schools and universities nationally and internationally.

  5. Banking and Financial Planning

    • Award BSc (Hons)
    • Qualification Undergraduate
    • UCAS Code 3 year BSc Banking and Financial Planning (UCAS code N390) 4 year (with Foundation Year) BSc Banking and Financial Planning (UCAS code N391)

    Our Banking and Financial Planning BSc is the ideal degree for you if you are seeking a career in the financial sector – banking, personal financial planning, investments, and wealth management. This course is accredited by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), the regulator of the financial services industry. The accreditation by the FCA reflects the quality, relevance and reputation of the degree.

  6. Biology

    • Award BSc (Hons)
    • Qualification Undergraduate
    • UCAS Code C100

    Biology covers a broad range of scientific principles and this course will help you to develop a repertoire of skills across a variety of biological disciplines including biodiversity, conservation management, genetics, molecular biology, human physiology and the role of the immune system.

  7. Business

    • Award HND
    • Qualification Undergraduate
    • UCAS Code 001N

    This course gives you a practical grounding in a range of business disciplines such as accounting, human resource management, operations management and marketing. Assignments and activities undertaken are designed to simulate real business situations so that you can prepare for your future career and put your learning into practice.

  8. Business (Joint Honours)

    • Award BA/BSc (Hons)
    • Qualification Undergraduate

    This course allows you to develop an understanding of business issues alongside studying another chosen subject. Our Business Joint Honours course covers a range of areas such as marketing, human resources and finance and offers you the opportunity to develop your entrepreneurial and employability skills. This is a practical subject that will complement many subjects available in our Joint Honours table. Studying a Joint Honours course allows you to select two subjects as joint for year one. You may then continue with equal emphasis on your two subjects as a joint degree in years two and three, or switch to a major/minor split. Your degree title is derived from the two subjects.